The Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has been shortlisted for the 2014/15 Countryfile Magazine Awards for the National Park of the Year.
The Park is Britain’s only true coastal National Park, covering 240 square miles of spectacular landscape. From soft sandy beaches such as Broadhaven South and Penally to rugged cliffs and rocky coves, Pembrokeshire National Park offers a wealth of choice. It is a paradise for wildlife enthusiasts offering the opportunity of seeing whales, dolphins, sunfish, puffins, choughs, otters and seals, etc. and for those interested in history there are prehistoric tombs, medieval churches, Victorian forts and historic towns and villages. For years artists have been inspired and enchanted by the light and writers by the peace and tranquillity.
The glorious expanse of Whitesands beach near St Davids (the smallest city in the UK) is also one of 5 beaches shortlisted for the The Beach of the Year Award and is a must on every visitor to Pembrokeshire’s list of places to visit. Along with Manorbier and Freshwater West, it is among the best surfing beaches in Britain and the coastline is superb for the popular high energy sport of Coasteering which was invented in Pembrokeshire.
The closing date for voting is 31st January via www.countryfile.com.
If you would like to explore the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, then Pembrokeshire Farm B & B is centrally located for exploring all that it has to offer and we would be delighted to advise you on wonderful places to visit. Please call us on 01834 860338 or visit our website www.pembrokeshirefarmbandb.co.uk. We are also listed in Sawdays Special Places to Stay.